“We urged the government to look at the efforts of the health workers and provide those things that are necessary to ensure that they are working, and to ensure that while they are working they are not exposed to getting this virus because they also have their families”.
“They were brought to Pa Ngele Oruta Township Stadium, Abakaliki on Tuesday the 5th of May, 2020 of which samples were collected and tested. The results came out today Friday, 8th, and were positive”.
“It is quite unfortunate that we have recorded a second case of COVID-19.
For the avoidance of doubt, the lockdown in the FCT, Lagos and Ogun States shall remain in place until these new ones come into effect on Monday, 4th May 2020.
Since the existence of the disease has been established and all doubting thomases cleared, therefore the need for synergy between all arms of government and relevant stakeholders has become highly imperative so as to get rid of it and live healthy and free.
The announcement has attracted mixed reactions from Ghanaians because the country has recorded over 1,024 COVID-19 cases. Ghana has an estimated population of 31,072,940 people. So far, Coronavirus has claimed 99 lives while over 60,000 people have been tested.
“There were about 4,000 surgical gloves, more than 1,000 each of safety google, hand-wash items and face masks as well as some N95 respirator, boots, sprayer and hand sanitisers.”
They however regretted that their institutions do not have facilities on ground to float online teaching and learning at this period of students’ sit-at-home.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) said a total of 91 people had tested positive for the new coronavirus after they were released from quarantine.
Umahi who queried the youths on their various engagements in Lagos discovered that most of them were into menial works, petty and street trading.